), while others find deeper meaning, reasoning it's the integrity and courage they possess that transfer to the household.My response: all of the above with emphasis on the latter.Caring about things that actually matter is pretty hot. They may deploy for six months at a time, maybe a whole year.They may have deployed once, or they may have deployed several times over the course of their careers.And for sailor, also read soldier and airman – or frankly any chap in a uniform exhibiting a spot of derring-do.For a study by the University of Southampton, published in the journal Evolution and Human Behaviour, has found that women are more likely to find war veterans attractive when presented with hypothetical male profiles representing heroism across different scenarios.But they know what’s going on in the world, because it’s their job to know, and for many, it’s the reason they joined the military in the first place. Articles about, well, dating, often get more views and social media shares than stories about ISIS and conflict in the Ukraine.Guys in the military are focused on what’s important, our national security, and helping the world as a whole become safer.
(Ko Sasaki/For The Washington Post)High school dating?A 17-year-old girl in a school uniform brought the man and his colleague, both of whom declined to give their names, beers and chitchat.“We actually find regular bars uninteresting these days,” he said.No big deal in many parts of the world — but in Japan, it means something quite different.Here, “high school dating” matches girls in uniforms with men in their 40s and 50s and beyond. Sometimes this involves a walk around the block or a drink in a bar.